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The money that shd have gone for upliftment and rehabilitation of dalits and other poorer sections of the society has gone to adorn mayavati's neck....., how justified is it...? ur opinion, plz!!

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Asked by minati vishwakarma, 16 Mar '10 06:11 pm
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Do not forget that she is aspiring to be the Prime Minister of India. It is unfortunate that we have/had many politicians who are similar to her. She is the elected leader of the great state of Uttar Pradesh. People of the state who have elected her will decide her political fate in the next elections. She could get elected again for the same post!
Answered by Francisco, 16 Mar '10 06:34 pm

 
  
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And to top it all off, when asked about her statues she built of herself she counters "nobody complains about Wax Museum in London." Can u believe that?! Well, wax museum wasn't made from public money ....but oh well.

It is very difficult to speak of justification when people themselves want to be idiots. It was very much the common folk who donated those Rs. 1000 notes from Karnatak state. Mayawati never sent in goondas to collect that money 4 her garland at gunpoint. Our people, for some reason just LOVE being idiots and leaders just oblige us w/ that.

Indian mental DNA is sometimes impossible to understand. I encourage u to try this experiment....

Find 30 random Indians and tell them that u r starting a new honest business, u seek investment capital and u r ready to do profit sharing transparently. See how many people give u an ear. Then , have someone else tell the same 30 Indians that there is a scheme wherein they invest 1 lakh and they get 1 lakh 50 thousand in 3 mo ...more
Answered by A Moin, 17 Mar '10 05:16 am

 
  
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Mayawati is an unusual women, with the kind of political acumen that rarely few people possess in the class of politicians that we have seen so far. May be, the closest who comes to that is Jayalalitha, who in a similar situation as her has triumphed from the situation she was at one time - from being dragged out physically from the cortege of MGR's funeral procession and pushed to the side. But never a looser once determined, she turned adversity to success and with success came, pomp and aggrandisement of the self in all its despisable glory, for a woman supposedly all alone in the world but with a insatiable greed for acquiring possessions she neither needed or used and yet continued piling up, which in a way led to her own downfall.

We have a new Jayalalitha in the making in Mayawati, a woman who was nothing more than an assistant to the party founder Kanshi Ram but who realised early the way to power by sticking to what was then seen as a passing movement that was bound to fail ...more
Answered by Omega, 16 Mar '10 08:33 pm

 
  
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I think she needs to be educated about how n with what she has to adorn herself......she's lost track of flowers.And money....I doubt whether she knows the purpose of it........no wonder she's squandering it on her neck.
Answered by Divya, 24 Mar '10 05:39 pm

 
  
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Mayavati seems to be a curse to Indian Politics.. She allowed to erect her own statues for cheap popularity, took huge bribe even through garlands, and yet does not feel ashamed. She wants absolute power , unconditional praise from everyone , speaks objectional words and behaves in an improper manner for the post she is holding.
Answered by subhash, 19 Mar '10 10:16 am

 
  
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Good, we can blame only ourselves,through the govt.out for next 1000 Years only and then give another chance if not good through again for 1000 years,we have to use our voting power.
Answered by satish kushwaha, 17 Mar '10 02:10 am

 
  
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Usual shame for indian common man :(
Answered by conviction, 16 Mar '10 06:18 pm

 
  
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Shame....shame......
Answered by Anil khare, 16 Mar '10 06:14 pm

 
  
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We cann't do anything about it, they are politicians with power, they can do anything
Answered by uni, 16 Mar '10 06:12 pm

 
  
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Not justified
Answered by anil garg, 05 Jul '13 10:01 pm

 
  
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